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What is your favorite song of all time?


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One is impossible. Here's my top seven. The order may change with my mood, but these songs remain in my top seven.

SRV - Little Wing (Blues Rock)

Lost Immigrants - Waiting on Judgement Day (TX Country)

Andy Fairweather Lowe [w/Clapton] - Gin House (Blues)

Indigenous - Should I Stay (Blues)

Buddy Whittington - Sure Got Cold After The Rain (Blues)

Dave Matthews Band - Lie In Our Graves (Jam/Alt)

Dave Matthews Band - You Never Know (Jam/Alt)

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Neil Diamond Hot August Night Prolog - Crunchy Granola Suite.  I was watching an Air Force Now film at Commanders Call in 76 when I was stationed at Tanagra, Greece. The film segment was talking about the release of the Vietnam POWs and their repatriation. They started playing the music when it showed them getting on the C141s in Vietnam and then as their touching down at either Clark or Hickam the prolog hits its crescendo and the drums kick in for Crunchy Granola Suite.

its been 40 years but every time I hear that music I see that film in my head.

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I'm hopelessly old school, but I'd still have to flip a coin between "Devil With The Blue Dress/Good Golly Miss Molly" by Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels or "Johnny B. Goode" by Chuck Berry. Both put a huge grin on my face every time I hear them. Honorable Mention would go to "Kicks" by Paul Revere and the Raiders.

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1.  Can't get no Satisfaction  -  Mick Jagger

2.  Don't bring me down -  Creedence Clearwater Revival

3.  Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

4.  Boots (Made for walking)  -  Nancy Sinatra

5.  Fever  -  Peggy Lee

6.  House of the Rising Sun

 

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Like many of the other posters, there are too many songs to choose from and it changes to fit my mood/the day.

 

One that always rises to the top though is Amazing Grace, just take your pick for artist: (Any good Scottish Pipe Band, From the “Maverick” Soundtrack, Dropkick Murphys, to name a few).

 

Some others they get a LOT of play on my devices:

The Kretchma - Darby O’Gill

Immigrant Song - Led Zeplin

Winterborn - The Cruxshadows

Born to Boogie - Hank Williams Jr.

 

And the list goes on........".

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